Most Midsize Cars Struggle to Protect Backseat Passengers, IIHS Says

Most Midsize Cars Struggle to Protect Backseat Passengers, IIHS Says
Most Midsize Cars Struggle to Protect Backseat Passengers, IIHS Says

After finding a higher injury rate for rear passengers, the IIHS is pushing automakers to improve backseat safety.

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